Wild Light - Adult Nights

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Indie, Pop, Rock
Startime International
Wild Light
Adult Nights
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Sporting their debut abum, Adult Nights, these New Hampshire musicians are anything but amateurs. Wild Light has been climbing the indie ladder ever since 2005, and most recently has been awarded "Outstanding Rock Act of the Year" at the 2008 Boston Music Awards. They have been touring with acts such as MGMT, Arcade Fire, The Guitar Twins and LCD Soundsystem.

Adult Nights channels the unique sound of Arcade Fire and formulates an astonishing harmony of instruments and verses. Getting straight to the point, this album is a configuration that I have been craving for years. "California On My Mind" starts the album off with nifty beats while introducing a bold statement, which tells California to fuck off, and is most likely the written aftermath of a broken relationship. "Call Home" shifts gears with a less dysphoric tempo and brings a more heart-warming feeling of hope to the table. Wild Light has managed to pull off something many artists cannot: they aren't afraid to change it up. You would expect this album to be a compiliation of greatest hits from a band that has been around for decades.

Having already signed with StarTime International and produced Adult Nights with Rob Schnapf, who has worked with Elliot Smith, Beck, Islands and many other artists, it is clearly evident from their debut full-length that Wild Light is here to stay.

1. California on My Mind
2. New Hampshire
3. Canyon City
4. Surf Generation
5. Call Home
6. Heart Attack
7. Future Towns
8. Party (Oh, My God!)
9. My Father Was a Horse
10. Lawless River
11. New Year's Eve
12. (Surfer's Reprise)
13. Red House

Wild Light is an indie rock band which formed in 2005 in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States. The band consists of Seth Pitman (vocals, multiple instruments), Timothy Kile (vocals, multiple instruments), Jordan Alexander (guitar) and Seth Kaspar (drums). Kile was an early member of Arcade Fire, who were formed by Alexander's friend Win Butler.

Founded in High School, then - going separate ways for college - split up and, in the summer of 2005, reunited again in southern New Hampshire, "Wild Light" started their musical career in Boston by several club gigs.

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